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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

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Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

SAYS ACTRESSES MAY BE GOOO MOTHERS (By United Press Leased Wire.) ' PITTSBURG, Pa., April 16.— | Billy Burke and Elsa Ryan today are established as the leaders of the American stage favorites who believe that an actress may be a dutiful wife and a loving mother and still be true to her chosen profession. Miss Burke, who Is appearing here in "Love Watches," and Miss Ryan in "The Blue Mouse," last night took issue with Margaret ll lington, who is said to have made the assertion that the stage Is nothing but sham and hypocrisy and Is no place for the woman who is desirous of living the life for which she was intended. Bald Miss Burke: "I can't understand the Inabil ity of an actress to have a happy home. In England it is not uir common to see a man and his wife starring together and they like it there. In defense of my pro fession I must Bay that I believe It possible for a woman to remain on the stage and still maintain a home and a happy family." Miss Ryan was more decided in her opi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

*f(:^^r\Jf WMrf^- Muffm ■ Lit M sT mi M m—d±J B.fejffi'l attaalu ajIJMHT iMBMMi m — tmn ainn>AT wrr i— taooma [ wwcti J!f\m IM^Bb I, . aV^rtßg.JMraaa'WM.A JWsWIMwAWftT. I 9V*W^BMW ay*% HMav I wbMWM at fa* *Z2SSZ itfta .r i rtt arTTi- smm a— Motif. I *>oosu. . imrtnii fm t otMtßLmnß tMUHauwno imwii ! gKBVICB: supplied ,by tub" ■. r vnnwD pb— AflaooiATiowa'xkasep wax ft ' Learn to Serve ' ["' The primary object of education, says Presl- HUi H. Bell; of , Drake university, should be *■ ■' .. Re advises 1 the \ young J men , who'; are pre- - ■' 'wurtag.to eater college this spring and next fall • tfctak a little of the monetary advantage which MM* knowledge will be to them; to think a little I IMC* about the breadth of vision, the happiness. \i; tb* added power; but to think, above all, of the ; ShNcs tor service which education will give. <"*-' &Bls} .words are good, 'mod her* they •*•:■&*?>« sSt^tsV'tW, cannot regard 'a ' college . course :as• als mat » tte million...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

™55P™BW HANDCUFFED, THIEF k MAKES HIS ESCAPE !v ■ thtrglar . Flees' From ' ■Watchman ' After Being Surprised While at y 'Work at Country Club jUrounds ..,v'V- * •—Companion Also Gets Away. «. L. F. Martin, night watchman &t-v fit the Country club, surprised two j\/ burglars about .6 ' o'clock this . morning as they were in the act ".' of forcing their way into one of the summer cottages of the club ='■ members. -. •■ • Advancing on the men, who . .were absorbed In their work, Mar : tin managed to seize one by the , neck, and with revolver in hand, ordered the other to stand still. He snapped handcuffs on the •wrists of No. 1, and madi after the other, who, was standing sev ifgVeml feet away. While he was I . "walking toward No. 2, however, J No. 1 turned and fled, hi i hands |a^ fastened together in front of him. |^ At the same instant the second i man took flight. • r ' „ TO KEEP YOUR HUSBAND FO R7l YEARS? J^ JUST OBEY HIM, SAYS MRS. MOSES HORN { MR. AND MRS. MOSES M. HORN, MAR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

*' ■'" '- ■TzjfcyV jV"-*' '>^?*t Viv^A'■*■" ■I ■ I^l''"'' "^'" |l I |j^'i?s I■l H■ I I'll tx 11 .. *"-■,,-..; .-,.-» ' . ,'.>;-"* ;''.. ■"':>■■ '' ■■ a^ H f-^. Bq H feiV^KP |■ | *A?^f'" I 11" I *c?'l t- "O I ■»■ I '^^ *^v^f '■ *--*'■-.»—"*""'. f i, 1 *7i I •*• II *3i/SI9S' t 'I 1" I WifA ■ivl'L* ■j^f l«, | ! OBATTUB, April I«.—The body of Mrs. Wanda Kalem, who disap ■ seared from her home at Auburn last night, was found thlß morn- PC on the railroad tracks three talles south of the town. The body was cut to pieces and the woman's death Is surrounded by jqsplcloos circumstances. $25,000 For Breach of Promise ; (By United Press. leased Wire.) P** CHICAGO, April 16. Hugh ; Crab be, ; - formerly s'fcu confidential •tent of ; the ' late L. 7.. Letter, to day is facing a, court order to pay Kiss Mary Mattes $25,000 for al leged 'breach of i promise. ?* : C.i ii ft The ; verdlot ." In the ' trial, held f In Judge Wells' court, was return ed f after I many predictions Vof a bung : ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

Friday, April 16, 1908 If* REAL I p|; ESTATE x[ .A ■'*.*'• One hundred tnousand dollars •-M being spent for improvements in M- ■ Central Park bow.. Come, see; lots V ' ' |IT6 up, ' with Improvements, oily '■ T 11 • down and $6 per month (let off II ■-■■©. Tacoma oar at ttth and If ■(•; Ji A' •fflce one block wast. 011 l Horn* « ;-'l«vestm»at.Cow .•-.. I •■■-. « ■■-..■ .. ■ jf FOR BALE BT OWNER—I lot 25 i I zllE; new house. Just finished, large I ..'...■ enough for small family: within 100 ■ .yards from -car line station. Wood ■i and coal yards at your door Store II and butcher shop within 2 blocks. lV» Free mall delivery every morning-. M Perfect title. Price $600: $100 cash I 1 / and $10 a month. Enquire 403 Cali }i fornia bid*. /§ The moat critical time In the bat »|C , tie of life. Is when a man has to If decide whether he will build a home .41 or pay rent. Let us show you our ■W. beautiful addition and explain our •^■^ proposition before you decide. IIS \ monthly will buy a beau...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 April 1909

. IM UP; LOSES Of United ■ Prew liMMdVira.) ] [|P|«AN ; FRANCISCO, April 16.— I m Robert Cawldy, King's counsellor And distinguished Canadian Jurist, today regards as a valuable experl •noe the holdup of which he was >SS th». victim Wednesday evening. In company with J. W. i Pugh of Vic toria, ', Cassidy , was '& held V:f. up .-■" on Oman boulevard by a thug armed M) With} a ? revolver . and * relieved; of I fejSto'colß and valuables. More than #800 repaid the thug for his trou "l^OfAjfteri returning ■,to ; ' his f- hotel, ;M Caesldy was Inclined to regard the ffalr as a good joke, and capital $f material % for ja ; thrilling story up hj-JJoni. his return to British Columbia. ACTOR ROLLS | DOWN BANK ! PORTLAND, :"Ore., April 16.— .;. Richard Carle, the comedian, has p« ancmnced -; his - intention of filing against :the Southern . Pacific rall joad a suit for $10,000 personal 'm& damages £? for injuries y, sustained »§ nears Marysville, Cal., where he and his wife rolled d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

Pa*e 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers YOU 6. NO. 100 TRIES TO ROB SEATTLE BANK THREE IN JA L FOR MURDER Husband, Brother , and Nephew of Woman Kill ed Near Auburn Are Now Under Arrest (By United IV.sk I,.hs<-«1 Wire) SEATTLE, April 17.—Follow ing the finding yesterday of the remains of Mrs. Wandla Kalem of Auburn, strewn" along the North ern Pacific railroad tracks at Stuck, a few miles south of Au- Tom-n, deputy sheriffs last nignt arrested Harry Halem, lmsti-uid of the dead woman, his brother, John, and the latter's 18-year old son James. They are being held pending an inquiry into the tragedy, t^o circumstances of which point to murder. The three now in Jail were at Stuck Thursday night, when the woman Is supposed to have met death. Ghastly Sight. T'.ie tramps who found the re mains of the woman yesterday morning were horrified at their discovery and lost no time In get ting to the nearest house to re port their gruesome discovery. The two men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

tUrn % SATUBDAT, AHMIi if . COLLEGE TEAMS IN ATHLETIC CONTEST (By United , Frew ■, Leased -Wire.) mini BERKKI.EY, . Cal., April 16. — In five 3 different v contests, -..Call 1$ fornia %- and '.f Stanford -; universities net today for the fifteenth annual t''A. back f and ? field > day at - Berkeley. :>■ It is the.moat' important event of Sihsijrear^i^^V'^'-'-.'ji/vi':;■:' ''';■ This I morning S; the i« university crews met on Oakland estuary (or pit 5 contest which • will <be followed toy a i contest between OakianJ crews. " ■ ' 1 §p| In ig, Harmon i gymnasium .' thta evening the debating teams of the UtwoS universities will clash, C.-.1l- B fornia ; upholding it! the } affirm a tire Sjof the question of the advisability § of H abandoning • R the £i protective tariff. FAST INFIELDER IS ; PURCHASED BY . HjU Harry Dieters, a fast infielder who played third base in the Texas league and was drafted by tke Washington Americans last tell to be turned over later to the Milwaukee c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

TAK NG OUT 5000 YARDS OF DIRT PERJAY One hundred Italians have been added to the N. P. working crew for the excavation of the depot Bite, and the company has already taken out over 100,000 cubic yards of earth. The two big steam shovels are kept going all the time, and they are making a hole of 5,000 yards a day. The excavation is about one-seventh done at the present time. Th contract for the temporary depot will not be let until -next week, when Manager Nutt comes home from Spokane. WRECK SAFE AND GET 8275 (By United Press Leased Wire.) STOCKTON, Cal., April 17.— Safe crackers blew open the safe in Fritz Will's saloon, a few blocks from the business center of the city, yesterday morning and se cured $2,76 in cash. One man stood on guard outside while trie other attended to operations in the saloon. The charge of nitro glycerine wrecked the safe and scattered money and papers all over the room. In their hurry t > get away the burglars overlook ed $30. The terrific explosion awak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

VAQH 4i ttk9VHB49« AsWHlfc IT ' THE TACOMA DAILY times f;VAOO»AtOWI.T,i ÜBVWO KITKmT AJTOTMtOOiy MXCBPT SUWDAT BT THE TAOOMA | OITIWi T— v' ffWWIIWW ?■ >-■-■."-■■"■.- TIMS* PUBLISHING COMPANY. -- ■ I rOMMKHt'ifl IT, ■BWIFAPBK tihw< at «■» T»—a. W«jA, p»«t»iiiw mm Mm —■ d CUm M«U«r. | tacoma. «f • IMth kr Canter « Hidli Br Bril; Q^ffißß I 111 111 I \ UlttrM Dnt Mala TM-AITtS tm AMrmmtm, »t» Mb. 91M% Var a*.T» ■ llvl"-tf' Clr«nlatft«l>«»t. Malm TSa-AtTW raw irons OBTAINS thk complete telegraphic nkws service supplied by thh UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' LEASED WIRE. Po v: Tacoma's Debt I ■ |^»i City Treasurer . Freeland i Bays the proposed I $960,000 of 6 1 per cent water warrants . will * coat 1% I the people lees In the long run than $250,000 of iSffiCtty, bonds at 4%. per cent Interest. | BpgMtl Ho proves not that the warrants are a good \ * scheme, but that the present method of Issuing I^Miltr i |l»<»nd«sl»Jbad.«tf^'-..'te/.-.v^f*--,■- ■ ■-. ■;- ,-- -. :■,:: I I||feife's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

PftHE SPOTLIGHT W^NEWFandGOSSIPor Tim STAGL ■;^ ■-■■■■.- , . . „ i ... . -. „ AT THE TACOMA. MMJAN 1M 'SSKI.I, HERE FRIDAY Lillian Russell's success In "Wildfire/ written by Oeorge Broadhurst and George V. Ho hart, is almost phenomenal. She ateps from the old comic opera days to this new work with a lightness and grace that are irre • sistlble. As the widow of this interesting bit of dramatic fic tion. Miss Russell Is more radi antly beautiful and far more artistic than ever. "Wildfire" was chosen origi nally for the purpose of permit ting Mise Russell a broader op portunity. It has turned out the ' one genuine and high-class rac ing drama of the American stage. 'Miss Russell will be seen at the Tacoma theater next Friday and Saturday nights. • NORMAN HACKETT The great jungle scene In "Classmates" has received more notice than any other scene In any play on the road this season. Norman Hackett plays the lead ing part in the play, which Is hooked at the Tacoma for an early engagement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

EIFTY HURT IN RIOT AT FOOTBALL GAMES "(By United Press l>awd Wire.) GLASGOW, April 17. — Fifty ■pectators were injured and seven policemen hurt today In a riot which was participated in by 20, --000 football enthusiasts who be lleveß that a championship match had been "fixed." The grand stani was burned <^.vn by the mob which then engaged In a free for •11 fight. The riot started win n the Celtic and Rangers football clubs played a Me game for lha Scottish footbal champlonsh'r). FIND LEDGE OF PURE GOLD (By United Press Leased Wire.) NEVADA CITY, Cal., April 17.—News reached here to day of a phenomenal strike made in the 16 to 1 mine near this city a few days ago. It Is reported that min ers working on the 250-font level unearthed a ledge of al most pure gold and that since the find $200,000 h»u Leon taken out. SEASON OPEN! WITH POMP IN SEATTLE SEATTLE, April 17.—The 1909 baseball season was ushered in this afternoon in Seattle with all the pomp and ceremony that tra ditions ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

REAL ESTATE . One hundred tnousatm dollar! being spent (or Improvement* la 9f* tral Park bow. Come. soe; lot* ill "P. with Improvements, only •i down and IS per month. Get off 80. Tacoma car at 38th and M at*.; ?"'e C.Ve nn Ct cIT" WMt Q'" °m FOR SALE BY OWNER—I lot 25 3C116; new house. Just finished, large enough for small family; within 100 yards from car lino station. Wood *nd coal yards at your door. Store and butcher shoo within 2 blocks, £ree mall delivery every mornlnif Perfect title. Price $600: $100 cash' and $10 a month, inquire 403 Cali fornia bide , - Waterfront ToTs for summer homes Frank A. Magill, 410 Prov ident Hlilk. t The most critical time in the bat tle of life. Is when a man has to —• decide whether he will build a home or pay rent. Let us show you our beautiful addition and explain our proposition before you decide. $15 monthly will buy a beautiful llttln home. Don't put It off. If you d<» the other fellow will not. and we 1 only have a few more choice lots ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 April 1909

IMGS «, SATURDAY, APRIL IT ■ PfSTERIOUSLY MURDERED ■LAYIIVO IOF NKW , YORK ' MAN RES BKIJEVED B TO m BE P THE j; VENOBKFI, RETALIATION OF CRIMINAL GANG. § <•„. jcv * ffl 5 (Bjr 1 United: Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, April S —The .murder of William O'Brien In this I elty, last night Is believed ■by , the 6 police ; today. to I have '• •' 'been <£. the | vengeful I retaliation of a gang of Mew York criminals. The. police 1 are Jof the opinion that ' the long arm of this organized gang of thugs reached across the continent and accomplished > O'Brien's death because the members of the gang 1 believed him to have been respon ; Bible '■ for the arrest of one of its members, "Sheeny Ben" Abelson, r. tat Pasadena yesterday on a charge of murder. AMERICAN LAKE PROPERTY ON THE MOVE ■ ■;:-' American IS Lake '-' property Bis coming into demand with the ad vent of spring and a big deal was j made yesterday, E. F. Gregory selling to John W. McFaden three 2 and four-tenths .' acres '■•' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

Page 4 Every Day Offers Some Interesting Articles for the Women Readers \<>i,. c. mo. 101 BEDFORD'S TIDELAND SUIT IS KNOCKED OUT] HUH IS PUT ON TIL ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ mam Faces Court for Slaying of Annis—Work of Get ting Jury Will be Difficult. (By Tnlted Press Leased Wire.) FLUSHING, L,. 1., April 19. — Many talesmen were examined at the opening of the trial of Cap tain Peter Conover Halns, on the charge of murdering William E. Annis, whom he shot and killed at the Bayslde Yacht club last sum mer, when the court today began its efforts to obtain a jury this morning. All who were questioned offer ed excuses and requests that they t>e disqualified. The expectation that the trial will be oT long dura tion makes It very difficult to find persons willing to serve. The great publicity given the case and the wide discussion dur ing the trail of the captain's brother, T. Jenkins Hams", who was acquitted of complicity, rug caused almost everyone In th'S county to form an opinion. STRUCK O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

■. MOHVA9, AVSEL 19 SPORTING NEWS OF THE WORLD VISITORS TAKE FIRST TWO GAMES FROM TIGERS ON TACOMA GROUNDS After nosing I out the Tigers; In 1t Batturday i battle 'of i pitchers on 1 »! ? hit '„ by i Nordyke $ In s the ! ninth Maad 1 to 0 In favor of Vancou ver, the 1 Beavers rubbed it in on Km* HaU'a : bunch yesterday by fWaM Ike sßutler all over the I lot »nd taking the second same of - the season's opening by 9 to " 6.* 'B %S Saturday It was great ball play lag. The Canucks jßhowed a clean I record i without fan 1 error; and ; Ta •"com* had but two. Claflin and i Sngle '. were | doing } the J slab wo rk, ?and the hoodoo at 111 teemed to •tick |to the big ! ellow^***^' Sunday the contest was full of action on the field with four er rors for Tacoma ; and : two for , the (scourer } fellows. • Taioma , nev er sot ) • chance |to ; yell i for ■ the tip in bo \ «he' finally hooped it *«pju«t: on general principles and i» there was '*| considerable V, noise. Scores: :, ;■■•'*"• ' ■Saturd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

PAGE a, MONDAY, APRH. 19 STOLEN AUTOMOBILE DESTROYED BY F RE CHARRED I!KMAINS OF MA CHINE STOIIvN FROM «. \l(- AGK OF R. VV. GREKN ARK POUND NEAR STEVENS WAREHOUSE. A 15-horsepower Ford run about belonging to R. W. Green was stolen from the letter's gar age at 502 East Thirtieth street, Saturday night. The remains of CONGRESSTHROWINGMQNEY AWAY DECLARES ALDRICH TAFT TO AID IN CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES (By United Press leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 19. —In speaking on the senate tariff ■bill, Senator Aldrlch this after noon declared that the appropria tions by congress in the last year ahow an "unprecedented extrava gance" and asserted that they could have been reduced $50,000, --,00 without Impairing the effic iency of the government machin ery. "In he work of making the ne cessary reduction of expenditures and reforming the methods of ap propriation to which the senate Is pledged, I am authorized to say that we have the earnest support and co-operation of the president aid the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

aLsKfcii^sitti^^t^^'iSS^^^^^ sjy.^^f |_ THE TACOMA DAILY TIMES IMMpawtoafcy jlg iiipbm itmt 'ArTBRNO«ir ■xckpt IVHDAT it the tacoma oracat ~rm «gWW)«»T TIMES PUai,HHI!VU COMPANY. COMMBSRCK ST. MMUITMI ■»««— ■* thm 1 Twm, W—lu, tmttlr* i urn ■»«— « Cl— ■■«€■». ,[ TACOMA. ■ ■ —J"i.*»* g*t.FOT ****! ** °f**? PHAUi-O ■«•■*■•■• Offlc Mala TS3-AITM _■■ I■■—»■> «to Mo. |1»| Ye— H.TB I>BKW I^ ■■■vnm.w Clr—latloa D«*l. Malm 7TW-A I7M •tO mam OBTAINS THE COMPLETE TEXEGRAPHIO MEWS SKBVICK BUPMJCD BY thr inviTKU PRESS ASSOCIATIONS' l.WAaien WIRE. •pram's-- Guess Our Friend T. R. Is a Past Transaction Too Attorney General Wickersham, late of Wall Itreet, has told the beef trust that he does not »»at to gee them prosecuted for secret rebat tos bacause tbere is no prooi of criminal INTENT wi their part. The fact that the "Big Pour" Chicago beef companies have already been convicted of a sim ilar offense does not imply guilty knowledge this The fact that the beef trust's high priced ryers mad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 April 1909

JUDGESH P S TENDERED TO ■ SEATTLE MAN (By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, April 18. — The president has formally ten dered E. C. Hughes, of Seattle, the appointment as additional federal judge for the Western district of Washington. More than three weeks ago Mr. Taft expressed a desire to appoint Mr. Hughes, and his expression was entirely volun tary, as Mr. Hughes had not been mentioned as a candidate. It was understood, however, that Mr. Hughes did not care to go on the bench and the matter was finally allowed to drift until Saturday. Then the president made a per sonal tender of the appointment, and it is understood that Mr. Hughes has taken the matter un der advisement. GRIPS CONTAINING FORTUNE CAN'T BE FOUND Two grips, the property of the late Andrew P. Nelson, which con tained approximately the entire Nelson fortune, have mysteriously disappeared and a search con ducted by Mrs. Anna Mlkkelson Nelson, widow of Nelson, for the past week, has revealed no trace of them. The...

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